SHEETS function

SHEETS function

With Excel 2013, Microsoft has introduced a new function viz. SHEETS

This function returns the total number of sheets in reference. For example if a workbook has 5 sheets and if you write this function as shown below, you will get 5 as output:-

= SHEETS()

Syntax:-

=SHEETS ( reference )

where, Reference is optional but can be a reference to a worksheet or a defined name. Basically it is a reference for which you want to know the number of sheet it contains.

Note:- As mentioned in above example if reference is omitted, function will return the number of worksheets present in current workbook.

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    • Hi Claire,

      You can rename the worksheet name, just double click on sheet name and write the name as per your requirement then press enter on your keyboard, sheet name will get change.

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